Travel, Teach, Live in Asia
The island of Bora Bora in the South Pacific Seas offers the same water activities as most, but most do not have volcanic peaks as a backdrop. If you take an all-inclusive vacation in Bora Bora, you'll notice some unique activities like Tahitian dancing and the Exotic Lagoonarium. In addition, the Tahitian black pearls are must-see even if you don't buy any.
Get your passport if you don't have it already.
Determine whether you want to take your all-inclusive vacation to Bora Bora during the wet season (November through April) or the dry season (May through October). The advantage of the sunny, dry season might be outweighed by the good prices and choice of lodging during the wet season. The choice is yours.
Decide what your priorities are for your trip. An all-inclusive vacation will generally include airfare, hotel, food, beverages and possibly tours. Some may want to stay in a luxury hotel while others want to get out daily and explore, using the room only for sleep.
Compare prices. You can contact a travel agent or book a trip online (See Resources). Cruises are also an option for your travel to Bora Bora.
Pay for your trip, sit back and fantasize about your all-inclusive vacation in Bora Bora.